Read the text and complete tasks B1-B6 and C1.

Test 20

Option 1.

A1 . In which row in both words is the letter I written at the place of the gap?

1), com..tet

2) art..leria, ob..lisk

3) arch..tektura, d..plom

4) pr.. vilegia, r.. resolution

A2 . In which row in both words at the place of the gap is written one consonant

letter ?

1) a..estat, cava..eria

2) drunk..a, artful..ny

3) be..etristics, inte..ekt

4) congre.., disc..ia

A3 . In which row in both words is the letter denoting the stressed vowel correctly highlighted?

1) means to facilitate

2) sorrel, turn on

3) prettier, repeat

4) otherwise, sobrA

A4. What group of words is a phrase?

1) In a day

2) The machine is loaded

3) Rocking chair

4) Pretty hot

A5. Indicate a sentence with a compound nominal predicate.

1) Know that I am always happy to help you.

2) The cloud seemed to be either a shaggy bear or a maned lion.

3) The team will play at home.

4) Oksana loved to show off.

A6 . Which sentence is indefinitely personal?

1) Cross the street carefully!

2) I suddenly felt scared.

3) And our names will be written on the ruins of autocracy!

4) A small room in a hotel.

Read the text and complete tasks B1-B6 and C1.

(1) In the state mechanism and in all the deeds of high officials from the emperor and governors to some petty clerks, the same order reigned. (2) Firstly, they were not afraid of responsibility and got the opportunity to do what they wanted, without expecting punishment and retribution. (3) Only for brief moments they were threatened with senseless riots, easily suppressed. (4) Secondly, at the heart of all actions to manage the country, ministry, department or other state government lay personal arbitrariness, whim, the principle of “what I want, then I turn back.” (5) Arbitrariness has always remained the main and only way to control. (6) It was in this light that Saltykov-Shchedrin discovered Russian history over the centuries, which he depicted in a fantastic form in the famous “History of a City”, of course exaggerating and satirically sharpening his observations on Russian life.

IN 1. Write the number of rows of homogeneous members in the sentence (1).

B2 . From sentence (3) write out a phrase with the connection CONNECTION.

B3 . Write the numbers of sentences in which there are isolated circumstances.

B4 . Write the number of introductory words in this text.

Test 20

Option 2

A1 . Which sentence contains an incomplete sentence?

1) You know, Zinka, I am against sadness.

2) In childhood, all girls play with dolls, and I loved cars.

3) The officers recognized him and took him to the fortress.

4) I will read for Khlestakov, and you for Osip.

A2. In which sentence should a dash be placed in place of a gap?

1) Obviously (..) does not mean true.

2) Riphean (..) the ancient name of the Urals.

3) And now many people know and love the songs of the Great Patriotic War (..) “Roads”, “In the forest near the front”, “In the dugout”.

4) Forest (..) like a painted tower.

A3. Which sentence is punctuated incorrectly?

1) And bumps, and moss swamps, and stumps – everything is fine under the moonlight.

2) “In order to train the beast,” the trainer said, “you need to study his habits, make friends with him.”

3) Once – it was about twelve o’clock in the morning – guests came to the Petrovskys.

4) “How glad I am, dear Maksim Maksimych! Well, how are you doing?” Pechorin said.

A4. Which sentence needs only one comma? (No punctuation marks).

1) Of course, there was not much to say about this tailor.

2) For Gulliver, the midget blanket seemed like a small scarf.

3) Do not swear by the moon that changes once a month.

4) I love you Peter’s creation!

A5. Which sentence is punctuated incorrectly?

1) His face, streaked with wrinkles, remained impassive.

2) The golden ball of the sun rose quickly, warming the awakening sea.

3) They took me off the horse, wet to the last thread.

4) Nothing was visible for a long time, except for the rain and a long man lying on the sand by the sea.

A6 . Indicate the grammatically correct continuation of the sentence.

Carrying out reforms

1) the whole life of Russia was rebuilt.

2) Peter the Great relied on the experience of European countries.

3) they were stubbornly resisted by the boyars.

4) they were not easy to accept.

Read the text and complete tasks B1-B6 and C1.

(1) The sixteen-year-old Leskov had to enter the service of a court clerk. (2) Since 1861, Leskov has been an employee of Moscow newspapers, first “Russian speech”, and later “Northern bee”. (3) The writer tries his hand at an artistic essay, story, novel, chronicle. (4) In May 1862, in the editorial of the Northern Bee, dedicated to the fires in St. Petersburg, he demanded that the authorities reveal to the people “arsonists”, “hellish villains”. (5) The article, coinciding in time with a new wave of repressions against the revolutionaries, was perceived as an open public statement by the guardian of the regime, a reactionary. (6) Not understood by the authorities, nor by revolutionary democrats, nor by liberals, disappointed in the reforms of the tsarist government, not accepting a revolutionary perspective for Russia, Leskov called the people “the custodian of national tradition” in art, work, in everyday life.

IN 1. From sentence (1) write out the phrase with the link AGREED.

B2 . Indicate how the predicate is expressed in sentence (2).

B3 . Find an impersonal sentence in the text. Write down his number.

B4 . Write the number of rows of homogeneous members in the sentence (6).

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